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Bristol: Retrofit City
Exhibition: 11 May to 29 July 2012
What is civic sustainability?
How do we make our cities more durable, flexible and sociable?
What plans should be put in place to sustain Bristol’s long term wellbeing and prosperity?
These are just a few of the questions that will be explored in Bristol: Retrofit City.
Celebrating Bristol’s legacy of creative re-use of buildings and places, this exhibition presents a range of retrofit interventions and innovative visions for the future of Bristol.
The exhibition will span homes, streets, buildings, public spaces, neighbourhoods, infrastructure, and look to the future for the city region to encourage scrutiny, consultation and debate about plans for Bristol.
To find out about related events visit our events page.
After its run at the Architecture Centre this exhibition will be travelling to the Create Centre.
Bristol: Retrofit City is kindly supported by:
Alec French Architects
Bristol City Council
Business Enterprise Quarter
City & Country
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Ferguson Mann Architects
University of Bristol
Media Partner: AJ
Image of Bristol General Hospital courtesy City & Country
Image of Queen Square courtesy Bristol City Council